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A Sanguinarian Treatise: An Argument For Partition From The Vampire Community

By CJ!

As the long-awaited (by all nine of you) sequel to “A Sanguinarian Treatise” is now in review stage, I felt it was appropriate to repost and reintroduce the original for those to reconsider after a few years of life experience as well for those who have yet to read it. 3,156 more words

Sanguinarians

Blood bonds

Blood bonds

By Damien Ferguson

A blood bond is a very deep and hard to break bond that is done obviously with blood. There is one on one blood bonds or group, house and pack type blood bonds as well. 322 more words

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How To Find A Donor

How to find a donor

by Damien

This is a question a lot of folk tend to ask. There are of course alternatives to a donor which you can find in our alternatives to a donor article. 590 more words

Donors

Vampirism in Marys Words

VAMPYRISM

By Mary DeStefano aka Lilitha Vain

The Vampyre is a truly majestic and romantic creature. We have all had an experience with enjoying the role that the Vampyre plays at some point in our lives, be it on television, the live stage or the movie theatre. 620 more words

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Sanguinarian FAQ - Ask a Sanguinarian!

I’m writing this article to answer some of the basic questions sanguinarians get on a regular basis. I do this in the hopes that it will answer questions that some may have about us, but have been uncomfortable in asking or haven’t had the opportunity to ask; also to dispel some of the myths surrounding us. 2,093 more words

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Copied from something I posted in VCN...

Guilt and inferiority complexes abound in our community. It’s understandable. American culture demands the illusion of self sufficiency, despite that complete independence is impossible for anyone. 211 more words

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Open Call

We at the blog are interested in guest writers or even folks in the ovc, otherkin, therian and pagan communities to write or let articles be placed on the blog. 148 more words

Vampire Community Matters/Editorial